Girls golf Mustangs, Lakers vie for league honors

first_imgCBA would finish at 452 to claim the team title ahead of the 481 from Marcellus. Skaneateles finished at 538 as Lili Winkelman led the Lakers, shooting a 130 to finish alone in ninth place.Westhill had a head-to-head match with CBA and lost, 220-281, to the Brothers, with Julianne Bleskoski shooting a 65, well back of the 48 from Mills and 52 from Annie Kilmartin. Charlotte Roth had a 71, ahead of Grace McMahon (72) and Hannah Johnson (73).West Genesee still had some SCAC Metro division matches left, facing Liverpool last Wednesday and taking a 183-231 defeat to the Warriors at Westvale. Mikaela Riley had a 45 for the Wildcats, behind the 40 by the Warriors’ Natalya Avotins and the 41 by Mia Avotins. After waiting out more rain early last week, area high school girls golf teams were able to complete their regular seasons and then turn their attention to post-season action.Going first was various Onondaga High School League teams at Woodcrest Country Club last Wednesday afternoon, with Marcellus finishing second and Skaneateles taking third place.The Mustangs had Grace Alexander and Kendall Koloski each contend for individual honors, both shooting 105 for 18 holes. They tied for second place, two shots behind the 103 by Christian Brothers Academy’s Aubrey Mills. Then, on Friday, WG lost to Baldwinsville 210-229. Riley did shoot the low round of 46, but the next-best Wildcats total was a 59 by Chrissy Van Allen as Collen Vredenburg (47), Margaret Dec (50) and Cara Vredenburg (52) led the Bees.In boys golf, Marcellus tore up Solvay 194-326 at Pine Grove on Thursday, seeing Shawn Colella blaze to a season-best 31. David Bosak shot a 37, with Patrick Morocco adding a 39 as John White had a 41 and Justin Schoeneck had a 46.Bishop Ludden shot 246 last Wednesday to finish ahead of Solvay (332) and Weedsport (292). Dan Cacchione shot a 39 for the Gaelic Knights as Noah Kerwin had a 45 and Nico Santone added a 48. Brendan Smith shot a 59 for the Bearcats.Jordan-Elbridge prevailed 228-237 over Bishop Grimes on Friday afternoon. Thought the Cobras’ Anthony Falgiatano had a 34, the Eagles countered with a 41 from Jeremy Melfi and a 42 from Josh Kuchinski. Maddie Green had a 46, with Zach Lipton, David Hearn and Colin Jewsbury each shooting 47.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story center_img Tags: GolfMarcellusskaneatelesWest GeneseeWesthilllast_img

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